Hypnotherapy for Chronic pain management
Hypnotherapy for Chronic pain management is widely supported for treatment within the Clinical Psychology field, as can be found in the recent publishing���������������s of the Oxford Clinical Psychology guide. Current research provides vast evident for the effectiveness of Hypnotherapy and Chronic pain management.
Carly covers many areas in the UK including Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Grimsby, Lincoln, Hull, Scunthorpe, Doncaster and more are available upon request. Therapy rooms are welcoming and comfortable and home visits are occasional available.
The type of treatment plan usually depends on the individual and the type of pain the client is experiencing. Some Clients can successfully be treated in one session whilst other is typically between one and three. All clients are given a individually tailored recording to listen to after the session to facilitate the positive changes that have been made and help with anything that may occur in the future, Self Hypnosis will also be taught and can be used in all areas of life.
A free telephone consultation is available initially to explain a little about what Hypnotherapy actually is and how it works; any questions can also be answered. Carly is confident yet approachable and will soon make you feel at ease eliminating any misconceptions of Hypnotherapy or concerns. One common misconception is that people will reveal things they don’t want to during hypnotherapy, this is not possible as the client is always in control, they are aware of what is being said and able to wake up at any point. Clinical Hypnotherapy is nothing like stage hypnotherapy and this is not something Carly agrees with or practices.
Pain can be experienced in many ways as discomfort, burning, throbbing, stabbing, soreness, aching or sometimes agony.
This is defined as longer term pain, the severity can vary from mild to excruciating and can be ongoing or relentless, lasting for weeks, months or even years.
Initial trauma or injury may also be responsible for chronic pain or there might be ongoing causes of pain.